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Very useful add-on
To get it work with FireFox17 and FireBug1.11, :
1 download xpi file (saves as on "add to firefox" button)
2 rename to amfexplorer.zip
3 unzip the .xpi zip file,
4 add 2 lines to chrome/content/amfexplorer/amfLib.js file (with other const definition)
"const Cc = Components.classes;
const Ci = Components.interfaces;"
5 change version reference in install.rdf
0.7 --> 0.7.99
6 change firefox version compatibility
4.0 --> 17.0
7 zip all files into amfexplorer.zip
8 rename as amfExplorer.xpi
9 install into firefox from addons menu "install from file"
Perfect for timing AMF service calls and viewing their contents. Thanks dev!
When will AMF explorer will be out which supports Firebug 1.11 and FF 17> ?
At lease post the combination of FF, Fb, AMFexplorer version which work perfectly including "copy data as JSON"
I recently formatted my system and forgot what I had previously and now I am not able to get this "copy data as JSON" in any of the combinations :(
Try using Firebug 1.7, which requires Firefox 3.6, 4, or 5.
I have error:
"Cc is not defined"
when tying to view AMF request or response in Firebug.
What I shound to do?
Firebug 1.8 saw a major update to its internal architecture. See the Getfirebug Blog for more on this: http://blog.getfirebug.com/2011/07/29/firebug-1-8-0/. AMFExplorer needs to be updated to work with this new architecture.
Note AMFExplorer still works fine in Firebug 1.7
Its an excellent tool for visualizing AMF data just like XMLHttpRequest data.
Thanks to the dev!
I installed this extension without hassle, and it works exactly as advertised. For me, this was the missing link in Flash/Flex development. Now I can debug right from the browser without a stand-alone tool...looking forward to the improved workflow. Nice job!
This addon is extremely useful for web developers debugging the AMF calls between Flash/Flex applications and web services. It's essentially the same functionality as Service Capture or Charles Proxy; except there is no need for annoying faked SSL Certificates to capture data sent over SSL, and you can't beat that price. Excellent work, and I can't wait for the improvements you're working on!